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Cary, NC, United States, 2008/09/18 - Coalmarch Productions® announced plans to aggressively enter the iPhone Applications (Apps) market. Initial releases will focus on the under served markets of Apps buyers.
Coalmarch Productions®, a leading service provider for online solutions, has announced plans to aggressively enter the iPhone Applications (Apps) market. Initial releases will focus on the under served markets of Apps buyers. The market is expected to explode within the next few months.
“I am convinced that the iPhone Apps market offers companies the opportunity to roll back time to the early days of computing when we were creating an entirely new industry,” said Jake St. Peter, co-founder and president at Coalmarch. “By expanding our service and product base we fully expect our iPhone Apps to a show a return many times what we see from our already lucrative Web design and development efforts.”
Since the opening of the App Store, the official marketplace for iPhone Apps, more than 60M applications have been downloaded.
“Finally, technology has caught up with the promise of connectivity,” said Thomas Ingham, co-founder and chief technologist at Coalmarch. “The trend is definitely toward mobile devices for personal computing. Mobile devices will soon have the capability to easily replace the laptop for many uses, especially when traveling.”
About Coalmarch Productions
Coalmarch Productions (coalmarch.com) is the Triangle’s leading software developer specializing in iPhone Applications, enterprise level site management and both online and traditional marketing solutions. Custom innovations include its CoalEngine® software suite that is strategically designed to outperform on search engines and is proven to deliver a significant increase in online traffic for its clients. Coalmarch Productions provides a complete range of new media solutions including custom programming, SEO, SEM, graphic design, and virtual tours. Located in Cary, N.C., Coalmarch Productions’ clients include North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Pexagon Technologies, ACCsports.com, and Bicycle Brand Playing Cards.